Watch your Diet and Control Rheumatic Swelling

Swelling is a major component in most Rheumatic pain conditions or rheumatic diseases, as a result it is advisable to find a diet that reduces inflammation and lessen the consumption of food that causes inflammation.
Dietary tips that may help reduce rheumatic conditions:

FOODS TO REDUCE RHEUMATISM

Fish oil, olive oil and walnut oil should be a part of the diet. The fat in these sorts of food, omega-3-poly-unsaturated fat or omega-9-poly-unsaturated fat, helps reduce inflammation. Nevertheless, if adding these type of oils to the diet, reduce the intake of other types of fat to not get an excessive amount of fat.
Eat a lot of vegetables since they create the body chemistry that reduces inflammation.

FOODS TO STAY AWAY FROM

Cut down on soya and corn oil. These types of fat increase inflammation. Most food bought ready to eat from the plant or restaurant contain this type of fat so read the label carefully or eat out less and prepare food at home.

Bread, cereals and manufactured foods made from corn or cereals may also increase the swelling reaction, especially if they contain wheat. Wheat causes a special type of inflammation in the intestines called celiac disease in some individuals, but may also activate inflammation of a non-celiac type. But, full-corn cereals and full-corn bread are important types of food so keep these foods in the diet. Reduce bread or corn products at every meal and eat more potatoes, beans and peas.

FOODS TO DEFINITELY AVOID

Absolutely do not consume fat that has been chemically changed to give it another consistence. These fats have a very negative effect on the health and may be very potent inflammatory agent. Margarine, snacks, fast food and ready made cakes or cookies often contain this fat. This type of fat could also be added to bread. Again, read the labels carefully.

Remedies Review

Quick Tips:
• Eliminate processed foods
• Stop eating bread with wheat or rye and gluten
• Replace table salt with Sea Salt
• Remove as much fat from the diet as possible
• Stop eating all sugar
• Reduce red meat consumption
• Stop or lower consumption of dairy products
• Avoid liquors, pork and bacon , fried potatoes and soda biscuits.

Supplements:

• Probiotics are useful for correcting digestive problems involving rheumatism.
• Diets high in marine oils from cold-water fish such as salmon, mackerel and tuna have been shown to reduce the inflammation of joint conditions such as arthritis.
• Massaging joints with neem oil has reported improvement in chronic and acute cases
Shilajit is a natural mineral product with powerful anti-inflammatory properties.
Serrapeptase is a natural enzyme that reduces inflammation in the body and eases pain.
• Eat half dozen of walnuts daily to treat rheumatism.
• Add one teaspoon of powdered celery seeds to a cup of hot water, drink before meals.
• Drink two tablespoons of raw potato juice before meals
• Drink green tea or decaffeinated green tea.
• Mangosteen Juice
• Use a good multivitamin and mineral supplement

Good Foods:

• Fresh vegetables and salads
• Basmati rice, grain alternatives like buckwheat such as pasta spirals, amaranth, millet, quinoa and seeds
• Macadamia or rice bran oil during your meals
• Replace sugar with a fruit diet
• After 2-3 weeks of fruit diet, add potassium broth, French toast and mashed potato to the diet
• Drink slippery elm tea

Plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables will restore our body’s immune system naturally.

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